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Guns & explosives used mainly by the military in combat operations, in training and home guard defense. Anything weapon or explosive carried in the field deemed essential for completion of the mission by all nations; Thompson Submachine Gun, SMG, M1A1, Model 1921, Model 1928, BAR, Browning Automatic Rifle, M1917, Model 1911, Model 1911-A1, Victory Model, USMC, SOS, Airborne, Ranger, Winchester, IBM, Colt, S&W, Saginaw, Inland, Auto Ordnance, Singer, Ithaca, Rock-Ola, Quality Hardware, National Postal Meter, Irwin Pedersen, Standard Products, Springfield Armory, 1909 Colt Revolver, Savage, Remington-Rand, Ithaca, Service Model Ace, Colt Pocket Auto, National Match, Mauser Rifle; K-98, G33-40, K-43, G-43, MP-8, M-38, MP-40, MP44, Volksgewehr, MG-34, MG-42, P-08 Luger, Walther, P-38, PP, PPK, Steyr, VIS 1935, Radom, P-35, High Power, Stick Grenade, Hand Grenade, Stielhandgranate-24, StiGr43, CZ, CZ 24, CZ 27, CZ 38, FN Browning, M1922, M1935, M1935A, Unique 16, Unique 17, Kriegsmodell, Beretta, Astra, Star, Femaru, HSC, 38H; US (US ARMY) weapons and explosives; 1903 Springfield, Model 03, 1901-A3, 1903-A4, M-1 Carbine, M1A, M-1 Garand,

WWII Japanese Army Model 97 Hand Grenade

1 1937 pattern fragmentation grenade used by Japanese troops until the end of the war. 10cm high and a 5cm diameter with a cylindrical cast iron body, painted black, with ten columns of five serrations along its sides. A 40mm diameter plate,  with a ten-pointed "sunburst" design impressed into its surface that screws into the top of the grenade. A brass fuse assembly, with its crimped brass cap and safety pin with its short cord still attached to it. Totally INERT collector item-SOLD

 


 

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